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John Watson Hall - 49 Bader Lane

John Watson Hall main entranceLocation: Watson Hall is located on the north side of Bader Lane between Harrison-LeCaine Hall and the Grey House (51 Bader Lane). The building is set back from the road.

Entrances

South
The main entrance is accessible with a level pathway and automatic door opener.

 

Building Accessibility Features

Elevators: The elevator is in the lobby and makes all building levels accessible. The elevator controls are positioned high on the wall. It measures 46” by 68” with an entrance of 40”. The elevator has Braille buttons on the inside, tactile buttons on the outside, and an audible announcement system. It is not mirrored.

Wayfinding: The signage for Watson Hall is located on the wall beside the front entrance on the left side.

Washrooms: An accessible single-user washroom without power door is located on the main floor (room 146). It is between Male and Female inaccessible washrooms.   

Services: There is an assistance phone in the main lobby and an emergency assistance/distress phone in the basement corridor. Convex mirrors have been placed in corners in the basement for security.

Classrooms: Check the classroom website for the accessibility of Watson Hall's classrooms.

Parking: Permit parking is available on Bader Lane, in the lot behind Watson Hall and beside Victoria Hall. There are three accessible meter spaces on the north side of Stuart Street opposite the underground parking garage entrance.

Water Fountain: There is an accessible water fountain with bottle fill station on level 1 outside of room 146.

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